Best Primary Schools in Central London
Many foreign families wonder when they arrive to London what are the best primary schools in Central London and can they provide the support that their children need if English is not their first language. Greater London Properties have listed some of the best state primary schools in Central London.
London is filled with many fantastic, outstanding primary schools that provide many students with the support they need, and they are very accessible by public transport. Here are a few of the best primary schools in Central London.
In the vibrant, busy and exciting Marylebone, there is a school called Hampden Gurney Primary School, which is in the heart of Marylebone, quite close Edgware Road and Marble Arch. It is a state school with 234 mixed pupils, half of which English is there 2nd language and therefore the school provides amazing support such as assistant teachers and extra help. Ofsted, an English office that access schools and rate them depending on many factors, have rated them as Outstanding as 93% of the pupils meet the national standard in their education.
The gorgeous, bustling Fitzrovia also contains an amazing school called All Souls Church of England Primary School that is very close to Goodge Street. It is also a state school with 207 mixed pupils from ages 3-11 and for 72% of them English is not a second language. This means that foreign children can feel right at home and enjoy studying here. 81% of their pupils are meeting the national standard and therefore Ofsted has rated them as Good, nearly an Outstanding.
Moving onto the colourful, beautiful Covent Garden there is also a brilliant school called St Clement Danes Church of England Primary School that is close to Holborn and Temple station. It is a state school too and has 224 mixed pupils from ages 3-11 and for 60% English is a second language. Ofsted has rated them as Outstanding as 82% of the pupils meet the national standard and all of them are very happy studying and making new friends, due to the support that the teachers provide.
The stunning and interesting Soho has a fabulous school nearby called St George the Martyr Church of England which is quite close to Russell Square. It is a state school which has 217 mixed pupils that meet the national standard of 83% which has earned them a rating of Outstanding. 61% of the pupils have English as a second language and therefore your children can receive the right support that they need.
Finally, the captivating Bloomsbury offers a fantastic school called Christopher Hatton Primary School which is also close to Russell Square but also close to Chancery Lane. It is a state school that has 237 mixed pupils and 63% of them have English as a second language. Ofsted has rated them also as an Outstanding because the school has an 87% national standard. Many parents are happy with the teaching and the support that their children receive.
So, as you can see, all these areas have state schools, outstanding results and provide amazing support for the parents and pupils alike. This is just our small list of best primary schools in Central London but there are many more in these areas, come visit us at our Branches to find out more.
For more information on all these area, and to get some local knowledge please visit our Greater London Properties website or give our team of property experts a call on 0207 113 1066.
Hopefully this answers your question ‘Where are the best primary schools in Central London’.